To inspire public servants, technology sectors, and government institutions in South Florida to collaborate for positive change.
To fill implementation gaps in government, non-profit, and public sectors for improved service delivery and maximizing impact.
South Florida’s unique geographic, social, and economic challenges will create equally unique solutions for civic engagement and public service.
The free flow of information, data, and digital assets among non-profit, private, and government sectors will radically improve the way the region addresses its most pressing issues.
A public equipped with the knowledge and skills to create, use, and manage technology platforms is key to building a sustainable and thriving region.
Improve the way government and non-profit services are delivered in the greater South Florida area.
Foster relationships between institutions, and agents with the common goal of improving civic welfare.
Educating the public about civic hacking as a collaborative effort that needs more than just technology talent to inspire and create a lasting impact.
Empathy – the only way to create solutions and cultures that last is having a deep understanding of their context.
Autonomy – “No one is coming. It’s up to us.”
Collaboration – it takes a village acting in unison to achieve lasting change and impact.